snowrdops covering hillside
Snowdrops on the heritage trail

What’s on

The Library runs events throughout the year: exhibitions from the collection, events connected to the collections and music and social events to raise funds for running costs and special projects. Find all the dates for your diary and a downloadable copy of our Footnotes newsletter on this page . Tickets and information: 01764 652819: or book online via the links given below.

Our Heritage Trail by the river and the woodland garden have a lovely display of Spring flowers and guidelines permitting, the grounds and trail remain open for visitors to enjoy seven days a week: a peaceful stroll to enjoy wildlife and history.

If you are not venturing out we have a selection of videos to enjoy from your armchair on our website bringing alive the collection with our Keeper of Books and Volunteers: look out for new videos coming up this month.

Dates for your diary

1st – 28th February

Thur 24th February
at 7 for 7.30pm

2nd March 2022
at 10am

Wed 9th March at 7pm
Snowdrops in the gardens. Hot drinks will be available in the Schoolroom (honesty box). Free entry, 7 days.

The Innerpeffray Lecture – Jim Mackintosh on Poets and the Power of Stories
Tickets £15 including a welcome drink.

Library Re-opens for visitors. Our Exhibition theme this year is Innovation and Invention.

Opening event sponsored by Friends of the Library (FOIL) Join us for a special talk, music and refreshments to open the new exhibition.

Exhibitions 2021

History books, historic fiction; travel and tourism; poetry; dramatic landscape; books – Scotland has it all and in our exhibition this year we look at all of these, through the eyes of poet, novelist, antiquarian and collector Sir Walter Scott.

Private Events

If you would like to hold a private event at the Library, Schoolroom or both please do get in touch.  We are delighted to hold book launches, weddings, birthday treats and private tours outwith opening hours.